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out in times square now. >>> to washington now. and the revelation that the obama campaign secretly considered bypassing joe biden as president obama's running mate for the 2012 election in favor of hillary clinton. jon karl has that from washington. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the idea of replacing joe biden with hillary clinton was the subject of endless political speculation in the early days of the campaign. and now this soon to be released book says that some of the president's top advisers actually talked about doing it. it's the dream team many democrats started wishing for, even before barack obama won the nomination in 2008. obama chose joe biden instead and did just fine. but as the president was gearing up for re-election, a sluggish economy and bad poll numbers had at least some of his top advisers thinking it might be time to play the hillary card. according to "double down" a new book by mark halperin and john heilemann, some of obama's top advisers secretly discussed replacing biden with hillary clinton and even conducted polling and focus gro
completely out of hand. >>> also, headaches continue in the obama care fiasco. why a number of people will never be able to use the site to sign up for health care. of course, that is when the site is up and running. >> they're lowering the bar on success. we'll talk about that in just a minute. >>> on a lighter note, take a look at this. this is the hilarious alternate ending to the hit tv show "breaking bad." the lead actor bryan cranston channeling his much meeker past from "malcolm in the middle." we'll talk about that coming up in "pop news." >>> we'll start with the concern this morning of severe weather. meteorologist ginger zee has been tracking it all. ginger, this is something that you're really concerned about. >> right. this is a dangerous situation setting up. here's how it's going to go. we got the warm air and then the cold. you've got those basic elements coming together. this large area and a strong jet stream that is going to fuel these dangerous storms. it's going to start late morning for some folks and go all the way through the overnight. all the way from mississ
>>> good morning, america. white house fumble. president obama declaring it's on me. his apologetic u-turn on health care, saying millions should not have their insurance canceled. the fix he is offering. and why one state is saying it won't work. >>> vanished. the mayday mystery at 2,000 feet. >> you said you had a passenger that fell out of your plane? >> that's correct, sir. he opened the back door. >> police and the coast guard in a frantic search for a man apparently jumping into the ocean off miami. no sign of him at this hour. >>> caught on tape. are these the landlords from hell. the couple who robbed their own tenants, cut phone lines and beams. and drenched the building with chemicals. why they sabotaged their own million-dollar property. >>> and keep on trucking, baby, watch as the muscles from brussels is perfectly poised between two big rigs in a stunt that has the whole world watching. don't split before you see what happens. ♪ >>> and good morning, america. so much to get to on this friday morning. check out these live pictures from tampa. that massive sinkhole cont
, a supervisor assigned to obama's security detail, met a woman at a hotel and ended up back in her room. the woman noticed the agent had a gun and became uncomfortable. he explained to her that he was not a danger. disconnecting the clip from the gun and removing a bullet to make sure she understand stood he was not a threat. but the woman was still uncomfortable. and he was asked to leave. at some point, hotel security game aware of the incident. but there was a problem. the agent realized he left the bullet in the room and wanted to retrieve it. security would not let him go up there and later found the bullet himself. no charges were filed. but the hotel security contacted the secret service and here we are. >> as the secret service looked into these allegations or accusations, where did the investigation lead them? >> reporter: the agent has been identified. and he's been removed from the president's detail, pending a final review. since the prostitution scandal in 2012, there's been zero tolerance for any behavior that could compromise agents. as they looked into his background, th
/"washington post" poll out this morning. some real bad news for president obama. his approval numbers at an all-time low. and we're also learning this morning that the white house was warned, as early as march, about problems with that health care website. >>> also this morning, a milestone. can you believe those are the mccaughey septuplets. today, they are sweet 16. we followed them from birth. >> that's a houseful. >> they're driving now. they're driving now. >> it's a schoolful. >> it's our abc news exclusive. we'll get to that. >>> first, let's get all of the news from josh elliott. >>> breaking news from overseas. two bombings outside iran's embassy in beirut, lebanon, this morning. at least 23 people are confirmed as having been killed. including an iranian embassy official. moments ago, a group linked to al qaeda claimed responsibility for the actions. abc's alex marquardt is on the scene. >> reporter: it has been a scene of total destruction and chaos this morning. buildings and cars blown apart. glass and blood on the ground. it's believed the first suicide bomber attacked on foot. an
in geneva, switzerland, as they announced the deal in the wee hours, president obama then making a rare saturday night statement from the white house. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new path toward a world that's more secure. a future in which we can verify that iran's nuclear program is peaceful. and that it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> we should say here, not everyone agrees that this deal will make the world safer. >>> let's go straight to abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran, right there in geneva, watching this whole thing play out. terry, good morning. terry, walk us through the nuts and bolts of this deal first. >> reporter: okay, dan, what an extraordinary scene it was in the wee hours in that hotel behind me. after a marathon session -- here's what you need to know -- this is a temporary deal but it is still a big deal. iran has agreed to freeze much of its nuclear program and it has agreed to open up key nuclear facilities to daily inspections by international officials. and it will degrade some of its near 46 dangerous weapons grade uranium. what does iran
for obama care. the administration is promising, starting saturday, people will see big improvements in the thus-far disastrous healthcare.gov website. big stakes in this race against time, for the president and for the millions who need health insurance. and abc's jim avila is following it all in washington. jim, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. of course, many would say that the ailing website, healthcare.gov, had nowhere to go but up. still, it was a bit of a gamble for the white house to say it would all be fixed by tomorrow. so, how are they doing? they promised. >> we will have it fully functioning by the end of november. >> reporter: under oath, in front of congress. >> it will take until the end of november for an optimally functioning website. >> reporter: from the top, where the buck stops. >> by the end of this month, we anticipate that it is going to be working the way it is supposed to, all right? >> reporter: we heard the apology. >> we did fumble the ball on it. and what i'm going to do is make sure that we get it fixed. >> reporter: and here we are, recko
interrupting. >> good to see you, mrs. obama. >> yeah, kerry washington never interrupting, either, there you see the actress channeling her alter ego olivia pope. she gave "snl" cast members some advice. one of my favorite shows, i'm glad that she was on last night. one of my favorite shows is you know. "scandal." >> she loves it so much that she can't remember the name. >> that's what happens. >> with that extra hour of sleep. >> line? feed me the line. >> exactly. >> okay, good morning, america. i'm an embarrassed bianna golodryga. >> and i'm dan harris. alongside bianna golodryga on this sunday, november 3rd. >>> also coming up -- oprah may have called this the biggest yard sale ever, more on the wild bidding at her -- what is her name again? >> oprah. "scandal." >> getting old? >>> but first this half-hour, how the british royal family is figuring into a sensational phone hacking trial, now making front-page news. >> that's right. there's a steamier, sexier side to it. also exposed, an alleged affair between two top editors. this has to do with prince harry. more on the scandal from lond
january in november. >>> new developments in the obama care debacle. reports this morning the website will not be fixed fully by the november deadline. as we hear from the mysterious woman whose face became the target for critics. dubbed glitch girl. how she said she was bullied off the site in an exclusive interview. >> i'm here to defend myself. and stand up for myself. >>> alec baldwin. emotional in court, as he faces off with his alleged stalker. revealing the moment she interrupted his proposal to his wife. worried she had a gun. and why he says her behavior was straight out of a hitchcock movie. >>> he's free. 29-year-old ryan ferguson walked out of prison after nearly a decade for a murder he always said he didn't commit. embracing his family who never gave up. his first stop, a steak and a beer. now, he speaks out this morning on "gma." >>> and good morning, america. what a way to start your new life. steak and a beer for ryan ferguson. stop two was going to be j. crew. we just found out this morning that that's his dad's clothes he's wearing right there. he has to buy some ne
. republicans called the move, which president obama once opposed, a naked power grab. >>> speaking of president obama, more trouble this morning for obama care. "the wall street journal" says it has obtained documents that show some insurance companies are drastically cutting payments to doctors. forcing those doctors to reconsider whether they want to participate in the new exchanges, which could hurt choice for consumers. >>> 457 happens right now a morning commute nightmare in san francisco. the train service shut down indefinitely because of computer issues. over a thousand passengers stranded after it came to halt overnight. >>> a massive explosion in space, may force scientists to re-examine some theories of physics. a nasa satellite picked up this cosmic explosion, believed to be one of the largest since the big bang. an artist's rendering, showed a massive star expanding, which could incinerate earth if it weren't billions of lightyears away. >>> it wasn't a cosmic explosion, but lightning that terrified people in a parking lot in australia. if you look closely, you see the car on the l
all smiles in geneva, switzerland as they announced the deal in the wee hours, president obama then making a rare saturday night statement from the white house. >> today that diplomacy open a new path to a world that's more secured. future that we can verify that iran's nuclear program is peaceful. >> we should say here, not everyone agrees that this deal will make the world safer. >>> let's go straight to terry moran, right there in geneva, watching this whole thing play out. terry, good morning. terry, walk us through the nuts and bolts of this deal first. >> reporter: dan, what an extraordinary scene it was in the wee hours in the hotel behind me. this is a temporary deal but still a big deal. iran has agreed to freeze much of its nuclear program and it has agreed to open key nuclear facilities to daily inspections by foreign officials. what does iran get? money. $6 billion to $7 billion in sanctions relief. and finally, this is a temporary agreement, six months to buy time, build confidence, trying to achieve a comprehensive deal, as the president was describing. that's a f
of the uproar, president obama seems willing to take a gamble for peace. >> today we have a real opportunity to achieve a comprehensive peaceful settlement. i believe we must test it. >> reporter: one more revelation this weekend. it turns out there have been months of top-secret direct talks between the u.s. and iranian officials. unprecedented for decades. five meetings in all in 0man, the gulf and elsewhere, proof of just what an incredible gamble and a high-stakes one this has been for president obama and his team. >> and for both sides. we also know that the iranian president was under great pressure to reach this deal as well. what are the thoughts on whether this can really lead to a new relationship between the united states and iran? >> reporter: you know, that is the talk in the middle east. and around the world in diplomatic circles. the israeli media is full of worry about just that. is this a new middle east? if iran abesides by this deal and is no longer a pariah state, could it be a u.s. partner? that's got israel worried. that's a long way off but that is what the stakes are
challenge for president obama. keeping democrats from jumping ship on his beleaguered health care law. after months of fighting republican criticism -- >> this disastrous law was destined to fail from the start. >> it's cancellation today, sticker shock tomorrow. >> reporter: and a week filled with apologies from the president. >> that's on me. that's something i deeply regret. we did fumble the ball on it. >> reporter: there's anger in congress. >> this is a political charade. >> reporter: democratic anger. running hotter than at any point in the obama presidency. >> this is political theater. what a sham. >> reporter: the president is trying to stop a democratic betrayal. with more than three dozen members of his own party, fighting with republicans friday, to support a plan the white house says would weaken the health care law. we caught up with one of the democrats who crossed the aisle. how disappointed are you in the obama administration for this mess over the last month? >> some heads ought to roll. >> reporter: at the white house, it's a working weekend. only two weeks left to make g
on the obama care front. internal administration memos revealing for the first time that extensiveç hurdles for signing up for insurance are not limited to the website. abc's jonathan karl has more from washington. good morning, jon. >> reporter: the white house said repeatedly that people canç bypass the problems on the website by sending an application over the mail or on a hotline. turns out that is not the easy fix that the white house suggested it 0 would be. president obama has repea( reassured frustrated consumers that they could easily bypass crash after crash on healthcare.gov by enrolling in other ways. >> in the meantime, you can apply for coverage over the phone, or by mail, or in person. >> reporter: he said enrolling over the phone is easy and quick. once you get on the phone with a trained representative, it usually takes about 25 minutes for an individual to apply for coverage, about 45 >> reporter: internal obama administration memosç obtained exclusively by abc news from republican congressional investigators show that applications over the phone have the very same prob
in the long saga of obama care. the president postponing another key aspect of the law. a development that could impact tens of thousands of americans. and abc's david kerley is at the white house right now with more. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. you're right. this is the second time this president is delaying a part of his signature legislation, as computer code writers are working overtime to fix the problem-plagued health care website. as the president was pardoning a thanksgiving turkey. >> i want to grant popcorn a full reprieve -- >> reporter: critics were suggesting that the latest delay in his health care plan is inexcusable. >> it really is an indication that small business is not a priority for the administration. >> reporter: the news, that the troubled website won't be ready for small businesses for another year. so, in order to meet the affordable care mandate, those small businesses will have to go directly to insurance companies or brokers. all this, just days before the president promised that the website would finally be working. but the admini
the president and the president clinton as well. i want to talk about the president's website, obama care health. this is starting to affect the president in the poll. >> his approval rating is 42%. it's been dropping all through this month and it sits into a pattern of the stories right now the president isn't in control. he didn't know about the nsa spying on his allies. this is something that the white house is going to have to turn around. it begs a question, given the fact that the white house and the president knew how important implementation of this affordable care act is, how did they get so far without knowing how significant the problems were? >> a huge embarrassment. they say it's going to be up by mid-november. if that doesn't happen, how much trouble is he in? >> the white house insists they're making progress on these problems and the website problems will be fixed by mid-november. >> thank you, george. tune into "this week" with george stephanopoulos later this morning, george goes one-on-one with white house senior adviser dan pfeiffer and republican senator rand paul. >>> take
on now as the obama administration scrambles to fix the disastrous healthcare.gov website, they seem to be lowering the bar on success just a little bit, let's get it over to jeff zeleny at the white house. the administration says even when the website is fixed, 1 out of 5 users still won't be able to sign up for insurance? >> reporter: good morning, dan. lowering the bar on an already-pretty low bar here. the internal documents on this health care site are saying only 80% of the us users once this site is actually fixed will be able to sign on. 80% now would be considered a huge success. the best-case scenario, even when these glitches are fixed, users won't be able to enroll, people who have complicated scenarios, people who may not be able to use xierts as well. they'll be able to call this number. the white house isn't disputing this number. a vast majority would be able to use it. but 20% still won't be able to use it. >>> more insight into how this site got so messed up in the first place, tell us what we're learning about the lead contractor on this thing. >> reporter: it gets
for president obama. jon karl with more on that. governor races in virginia and new jersey. >> reporter: that's right, george. two, big state-wide races today. democrats up in one. republicans up in the other. but in a sense, today may be the day that the 2016 presidential campaign begins. chris christie is flying so high in the polls, his final campaign swing for re-election as new jersey's governor looked more like a victory lap. the latest poll his him leading barbara buono by over 30 points. he leads big among women and independents, all in a democratic state that obama won by 17 points last year. that adds up to a central argument of a christie presidential campaign he can win. >> whatever the future brings, it will bring. but first things first. >> reporter: in virginia, a tighter race. but it's the democrat, terry mcauliffe, over ken cuccinelli, a very conservative republican with tea party roots. from barack obama on down, democrats have flooded virginia for mcauliffe. but a victory for him will also be seen as a victory for hillary clinton. that's the way one big-name republican sees
-profile politician and father, who campaigned with presidents obama and clinton, appears to be the intended victim. and his 24-year-old son, gus, the troubled attempted murderer, who in the end, killed himself unexpectedly. authorities believe an early-morning fight in this remote western virginia mountaintop home, left the father and son battling for life. deeds and his son, gus, were the only two in the house. >> it started outside. i'm not sure anything happened inside, as far as the altercation. >> reporter: the elder deeds was stabbed multiple times in the head and chest. his son still alive when authorities arrived, had been shot. state police saying today, it looks like the gunshot was self-inflicted. >> no problem at all with gus. he's a supernice kid. >> never violent? >> no. a-plus student. he was a top-notch student. >> reporter: gus deeds was close to his father. even quit school temporarily to help with his dad's campaign for governor. but this fall, things seemed to fall apart. gus dropped out of college. and according to reports in the richmond paper, was involuntarily committed to
: new sanctions are being prepared. in the middle of the uproar, president obama seems ready to take a gamble for peace. >> we have the opportunity for a peaceful settlement. i believe we must test it. >> reporter: there have been months of top-secret direct talks between the u.s. and iranian officials. five meetings in all. proof of just what an incredible gamble and a high-stakes this one has been for president obama and his team. >> and for both sides. the iranian president was under great pressure to reach this deal as well. what are the thoughts on whether this can really lead to a new relationship between the united states and iran? >> reporter: you know, sthat the talk in the middle east. and around the world in diplomatic circles. the israeli media is worried about just that. is this a new middle east? if iran is no longer a pariah state, could bit be a u.s. partner? >> thanks, terry. >>> we begin with a developing story from south carolina. more than 200 amtrak passengers there have been stranded after a train heading from new york to new orleans derailed. seven cars came of
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demandas fue al presidente obama para pedir que detenga las deportaciones, ya que mÁs deportaciones ha realizado en la historia, los manifestantes bloquearon el transito durante una hora frente al edificio de servicios de ciudadano e inmigraciÓn. >> al menos dos personas murieron 8 mÁs resultaron lesionadas por una balacera afuera de una barberÍa, esto en ciudad de detroit. es el lugar conocido por correr apuestas donde presuntamente una persona que se encontraba jugando perdiÓ gran cantidad de dinero se levantÓ y se retiro para regresar acompaÑado y abrir fuego frente al lugar, clientes dentro del establecimiento repelieron el fuego pero habÍa dos personas muertas. >> el senado de estados unidos votarÁ de nuevo para seguir abriendo paso alÍa en contra de discriminaciÓn de gays, se busca proteger a todos en todos los puestos, pasarÍa la cÁmara de representantes que debe aprobarla para convertirla en ley. >> y abogados que se reunieron con el presidente obama para discutir el tema de la reforma de salud expresaron la enorme frustraciÓn del mandatario por el tiempo que se es
government figures adding up how many americans have signed up for health insurance on that troubled obama care website. administration officials warned that the numbers would be low. on that, at least, they appear to be right. jon karl is here with the latest. jon? >> reporter: that's right. "the wall street journal" is out with a report saying it will be fewer than 40,000 people who signed up for the health care plan through healthcare.gov. the administration is not confirming that number. and it wouldn't include the number of those in the state that have their own exchanges and wouldn't have to go through that messed up website. but this much is clear. the number of enrollees which we learn this week will fall short of the 500,000 goal that the white house set for itself. george, the white house is saying there's no real need to panic over this because it's a six-month enrollment period. if you bought your insurance today, it wouldn't go into effect until january. but make no mistake, this is far short of where they wanted to be. >> meantime, still a lot of problems with that website. o
is now closed. >>> president obama is renewing his push for immigration reform. but during a speech in california, he was forced to confront a heckler demanding that the president stop deportations. >> as a nation -- >> our families are separated. i need your help. there are thousands -- >> that's exactly what we're talking about here. >> you have the power to stop deportation from all -- >> actually, i don't. but it won't be as easy as just shouting. it requires us lobbying and getting it done. >> later, the president held a fund-raiser at former laker earvin "magic" johnson's mansion in beverly hills. each guest paid up to $15,000 to attend. >>> and a massive fire overnight at the fruit packing plant you see here in oregon. as you see, the flames towering into the sky. it apparently started in some wooden bins on the property. thankfully, no one was injured. >>> and a shocking scene caught on camera. a tiger going on the attack at a zoo in australia. a tourist's camera caught the moment that the tiger turned violent, mauled its trainer, briefly holding him, in fact, under water. o
in charge of rolling out obama care is getting another grilling at this hour. health and human secretary kathleen sebelius will face questions from a senate committee about website glitches and the people that lost health insurance, despite president obama's promise. she's expected to face even tougher questions today, despite president obama's earlier promises. >>> and a new study is linking testosterone treatments to serious health risks. older men who used testosterone gels, patches, or injections, were some 30% more likely to have a heart attack or stroke, during a three-year period compared to men that took no supplements at all. >>> and a big fund-raiser being held tonight for our war heroes. it is inspired by our colleague, our very own bob woodruff. there he is. bob's foundation, tonight, teaming up with the new york comedy festival for the annual stand up for heroes benefit. jerry seinfeld, bruce springsteen, bill cosby, jon stewart, all there for vets. and this here, you can in fact catch it on google as well, streaming live for the first time. great work that bob does every ye
're going to turn to washington. two major stories there today. the new apology from president obama on health care. and a possible breakthrough on negotiations to contain iran's nuclear program. abc's jon karl and martha raddatz with more on that. jon, i begin with you and the presidential apology for a broken promise. >> reporter: you almost never hear a president say i am sorry. and barack obama is no exception to that. and this apology is not so much for the problems with the website. but for the millions of americans who have received cancellation notices from their insurance companies, despite his repeated promise over and over again that nobody would lose their insurance. >> i am sorry that they, you know, are finding themselves in this situation, based on assurances they got from me. we've got to work hard to make sure that they know we hear them and that we're going to do everything we can to deal with folks who find themselves in a tough position as a consequence of this. >> reporter: now, despite the apology, the president pointed out that those insurance policies being ca
," george stephanopoulos. this has angered israel. what are the risks for obama right now. >> the risks are doing a weak deal that preserves iran to break out and continue on their nuclear weapons program. one reason that secretary kerry did not sign on, pushed by the french in geneva, they have to make sure that before any sanctions are lifted that iran takes concrete steps that they couldn't violate the deal in a couple of months. >> in the end, it will come down to can you trust the iranians? >> you'll need serious inspectors on the ground to verify it. >> so, let me talk about domestic politics, you got governor chris christie on the broadcast this morning, this is a very much a man in the news, on the cover of "time" magazine, they called him the elephant in the room, a little bit of controversy with this, as he considers a presidential run, just having been reelected in new jersey, what are the challenges for him? >> he has several challenges. he also has a lot of momentum coming out of that big win. attracting votes from women, african-americans on the other hand, he has to find
to fix or try to fix the troubled healthcare.gov website. the obama administration says it has doubled its user capacity and eliminated many bugs. they say 2 million people should be able to sign up by december 23rd for health care coverage. that would go into effect, january 1st, 2014. >>> remember santa claus getting arrested in california. well, he's out on bail. and he's now in south carolina, where he left behind his reindeer. hanging out with marine animals. it's pampt of a program at the south carolina aquarium. those are two different people. only two. >>> weather? ginger? >> let's do that. when it's this quiet, we get to check in on hawaii. what a beautiful ah shot. love to start with that. and a nice early morning in pittsburgh. a little on the cool side. and in the southeast, something to talk about. let's go to myrtle beach. our earth camera there. most of the showers are going to stay offshore. and for most of the southeast, including florida, they will be dry. but showers start to make their way onshore. that's later this afternoon. atlanta today, 52. birmingham, close to
presence out here this morning. president obama has offered condolences to los angeles leaders and the tsa. a lot of grief this morning. and, dan, a lot of questions, too. >> cecilia, thank you. >>> the most burning question is, of course, why. we've been gathering information about the suspect. he mentioned homicide in text messages to his family. and he was carrying notes that indicated he has anti-government views. for more on this, let's go to abc's chief justice correspondent, pierre thomas, in washington. pierre, good morning. >> reporter: law enforcement offices say ciancia had a note with him, that he expected to die in the airport confrontation. in the notes, the suspect details specific anger and frustration with the tsa. last night, the fbi searched his home in los angeles. and focus on his hometown of pinsville, new jersey. we spoke to the pinsville police, who offered details on the young man's state of mind. family members made calls yesterday, expressing concern about the younger man. >> their younger child got a text message from paul. and there were comments about his well
presence. president obama has expressed condolences to the tsa and the city of los angeles. bianna, a lot of grief out here this morning. and a lot of questions. >> cecilia, thank you. >>> the most burning question is, of course, why. overnight we've been gathering information about the suspect, paul ciancia. he mentioned homicide in text messages to his family. and we know he was carrying notes that indicated he has anti-government views. for more on this, let's go to abc's chief justice correspondent, pierre thomas, in washington. pierre, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. law enforcement sources say ciancia carried a note with him, expressing anti-government sentiments, suggesting he expected to die in the airport confrontation. and our sources tell us, in the notes, the suspect details specific anger and frustration with the tsa. last night, the fbi searched his home in los angeles. and focused on his hometown of pennsville, new jersey. we spoke to the pennsville, police, who offered details on the young man's state of mind. turns out family members had called police yester
for obama right now? >> well, the risks are doing a weak deal that preserves the ability for iran to break out in a few months' time and continue on their nuclear weapons program. one reason that secretary kerry did not sign on, pushed by the french in geneva, they have to make sure that whatever they agree to, before any actions are lifted, that iran takes concrete steps that would guarantee they couldn't break out and violate the deal in a couple months. >> in the end, it will come down to can you trust the iranians? and that's a tricky, tricky question. >> that's why you'll need serious inspectors on the ground in iran to verify. >> trust but verify as they say in the business. so, let me talk about domestic politics, you got governor chris christie from new jersey on the broadcast this morning, this is very much a man in the news, on the cover of "time" magazine, they called him the elephant in the room, which has created a little bit of controversy with this. as he considers a presidential run, just after having been re-elected in new jersey, as he considers a presidential run in 2016
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the deal at that particular moment. israel has voiced strong opposition. >>> president obama marking the veterans day today with the country's oldest world war ii veteran. 107 years young. richard overton will have breakfast with the president before joining him at arlington national cemetery. overton joined the army in 1942. >> oh, my. >>> a recall effort this morning. more than 180,000 pounds of prepackaged salads and sandwiches are being pulled from the shelves because of possible e. coli infection. they were sold to grocery stores, including trader joe's, in the eight western states that you see there. made by glass onion catering. a product code of 34221. again, 34221. our website has more details. >>> the next time your child heads to the movies, you might want to double-check the ratings. say new study finds that movies rated pg-13 are sometimes as violent or more violent than r ratings. just seeing a weapon on screen can increase aggression in teens. give it a double look. >>> and finally. imagine getting to meet some of your greatest idols by driving down the road. carly and
, the obama administration wants to limit the political influence of tax-exempt groups. and thus, it is proposing new rules and donation standards to curb the explosive growth in political spending by nonprofits. the irs has been accused of unfairly scrutinizing groups affiliated with the tea party. >>> and the coast guard has helped rescue more than 100 haitian migrants. you can see some of them here scrambling after a jam-packed boat began to sink off the bahamas. rescuers did drop life rafts and food to the survivors. however, 30 others didn't make it. >>> off the west coast, a stunning sight here. boaters getting very, very close to a swarm of sharks. they are leopard sharks. most of them pregnant females. harmless, we're told. they migrate through the warm waters off of california to give birth. maybe you don't go tromping through a maternity ward of sharks in california. >>> one young man's life may have been changed forever after what happened last night. two small colleges. oh, yeah, robin. huntington/marian, facing off. a basketball game for all the marbles. final second
exclusiva con el presidente obama en entrevista el mandataria le pidiÓ disculpas a los estadounidenses que estÁn perdiendo sus planes de seguridad de salud como resultado de la nueva ley lo que comentÓ el presidente. >> lamento que ellos se encuentren en esta situaciÓn, en base de estas garantÍas de mi parte debemos de trabajar duro para que sepan que los estamos escuchando para hacer todo lo posible para ayudar a personas que se encuentran en posiciones difÍciles como consecuencia de esto. establece estÁndares que tiene que ser reemplazado por otros ofrecidos en los nuevos mercados lanzados el mes pasado. >> la secretaria de salud y servicios humanitarios visitara atlanta para ganar apoyo. se espera que la secretaria haga un anuncio importante en cuando a la firma ejecutiva de la reforma de ley y el presidente se sdul para por las fallas que presenÓo en el proceso de registro. >> en los Ángeles, decenas de trabajadores en la tienda wal-mart protestaron frente a las instalaciones para exigir mejores salarios alegan que 825.000 empleados ganan 25.000 dÓlares al aÑo. al menos 54 de
this morning. >>> now, to the fallout of the problems plaguing obama care. the chief information officer for health care.gov is stepping down, thus becoming the first key player to do so, but health secretary kathleen sebelius insisted wednesday that the website is improving by the day. although she admitted early enrollment figures would be very low. >>> and scientists say that they have new evidence that palestinian leader arafat was poisoned. palestinian officials long claimed israel had a hand in his death. israel denied that. the new report found samples taken from arafat's body had high levels of radioactive polonium. >>> and for the first time, we're hearing the frantic 911 calls from inside that mall in new jersey, as a gunman was on the loose monday night. hundreds of people ran for cover when richard shoop walked in and began firing into the air. the first person you're about to hear called 911, while hiding in a store. >> 911. >> someone is shooting up -- >> all right. stay on the phone with me sweetheart. how many people in the bathroom with you? >> there's three. >> there's
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